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City of Corona
Department of Water & Power

755 Public Safety Way
Corona, CA 92880

Hours:

Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm

Phone

General Info: (951) 736-2234
Customer Care/ Billing: (951) 736-2321
After-hours Emergencies:
(951) 736-2234, press 1
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Warning note

Current Stage: 3

The City of Corona DWP is currently in stage 3 of the Water Conservation Ordinance.
Water Restrictions
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Basin Boundary modification for the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act
The City of Corona is coordinating closely with the Temescal Valley Water District and the Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District to explore a potential basin boundary modification to create a new groundwater basin. Learn more...

Facility Tours!
Have you ever wondered about how your water is treated and delivered? Attend one of our quarterly facility tours! Read more...

FOG - Fats, Oils and Grease
Keep your drains FOG Free! To learn more about FOG and how to
dispose of it properly, click here.

Over Your Water Budget?

Read our "10 Tips to Help You Stay Under Your Water Budget" brochure.

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EXECUTIVE ORDER: MANDATORY 25% WATER REDUCTION

On April 1, 2015, Governor Brown issued an executive order regarding the state’s current drought.  The governor’s executive order can be found online. Executive Order B-29-15 has many facets to it, including restrictions that are meant to obtain a 25% statewide reduction in potable, or drinking, water use due to the state’s fourth year of drought.


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